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National News — /P^J 

1 A Wave for Friends — Cuban refugees waved to Cuban exiles on 
shore as their coast guard cutter approached Key West last fall. 
Such emotional scenes occurred frequently after Castro announced 
his "open door" policy, allowing certain groups of Cubans to leave 
his dictatorship. 

2 Pwntu in Space- .Astronaut Edward White stepped from his Gemini 
IV* space capsule and into the void of space last June. Maj. James 
McDivitt, his companion on a 3V2-day orbital flight, had to coax 
White back into the capsule after he had traveled 20 minutes sus- 
pended from Gemini IV. Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad were 
the next space twins to orbit the earth. They completed their 8-day 
flight in Gemini V during August. 

3 Medicare Bill Signed — President Johnson signed the Medicare Bill 
into law July 30 with former President Truman at his side. Witness- 
ing the event that had far-reaching effects on Social Security benefits 
for the elderly were (left to right) Lady Bird Johnson, Vice President 
Humphrey and Bess Truman. The ceremony was held in Truman 
Library in Independence, Mo. 

4 Temporary Mood — Dodgers Manager Walter Alston's mood of de- 
jection after the Minnesota Twins won the sixth World Series game 
did not last long. The Dodgers emerged victorious in the 7th game 
and captured the pennant. 

5 Double Space Spectacular — Astronauts Wally Schirra and Tom 
Stafford got this view of the Gemini 7 spaceship December 15 while 
traveling in their Gemini 6 craft for their historic rendezvous adven- 
ture. Schirra and Stafford rode their red-hot craft back to earth the 
following day, but Gemini 7 completed a 14-day mission before its 
re-entry. Making the longest and most significant voyage in space in 
Gemini 7 were Frank Borman and James Lovell, Jr. 

6 Plea for Peace — Pope Paul VI stood before the United Nations 
General Assembly in New York on October 4 to deliver his plea for 






world peace. His unprecedented, one-day visit in the U.S. was the 
culmination of plans by men of all faiths. 

7 After Surgery — President Johnson was photographed in a reclining 
chair at Bethesda Naval Hospital the day after his gall bladder op- 
eration on October 8. He conducted the work of his office from his 
hospital room and his Texas ranch during his recuperation. 

8 Proud Student — Charles Craig, 19-year-old freshman at Iowa uni- 
versity, demonstrated his criticism of draft-card burning incidents by- 
displaying his draft card on his jacket with the note: "I'm a draft 
card carrying American and proud of it." Our role in the Vietnamese 
war sparked the incidents. 

9 Blackout — The glittering metropolis of New York City was thrust 
into darkness on November 9 by a massive power failure affecting 
hundreds of miles along the eastern seaboard. City residents and 
commuters were stranded in offices, railroad and subway stations for 
hours before service was restored. The crippling condition was 
caused by a faulty relay at a Canadian generating station near 
Niagara Falls. 

10 New Ambassador — Arthur Goldberg was named U.S. Ambassador 
to the United Nations by the President after the death of Ambassa- 
dor Adlai Stevenson on July 14 in London. Goldberg was secretary 
of labor under President Kennedy and a U.S. Supreme Court Justice 
when named to the U.N. post. 

Startling Fashions — Bold and contrasting blocks of color were the 
youthful fashion note of 1965. The eye-catching designs even ex- 
tended the length of campus stockings worn with the costumes. 
12 Royalty on Tour — Princess Margaret and her husband, Lord 
Snowdon, arrived in New York on November 4 for a whirlwind tour 
of the U.S. During their visit, they took time out for fun-filled activi- 
ties such as a ride on a cable car in Frisco and gala parties in Holly- 
wood and the nation's capital. 




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Foreword 



HIGHER 



He followed his dream, and men counted it 
madness; 

He followed his dream up the mountain's 
steep side . 

"See! here in the valley are music and glad- 
ness; 

Why take the highway the hard way?" they 
cried . 

At length, from above them we heard a 

faint calling. 
His scorners turned quickly from feasting 

and play 
To look up to the mountain height, grim and 

appalling. 
"The luck of a fool! --he has treasure!" 

said they. 















With ropes and with staves they toiled after, 
and found him 

Midway of the mountain, his treasures out- 
spread. 

"Let us share them!" tney clamored, Pressed 
rudely around him . 

"Take all -- it is yours; I go higher, " he 
said. 



-- Jessie Brown Pounds 





"This is the year 



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The Tiger 



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We Remember . . . 



Dedication 

"TRIBUTES TO THE TEACHER" 

"Apples" for the classroom teacher 
Yes, red roses, orchids, too 
For generous faithful service 
Making ideals and dreams come true . 
"Honors" for the dedicated teacher 
Perfect understanding of the child, 
Seeds sown for a great harvest 
Causing life to be more worthwhile. 
"Thank You's" for the master teacher 
The human touch, the cherished memories, 
For all of God's given talents 
Building for life's eternity. 

-- W. A. Bozarth 




Mrs. J. O. Siler 
Yearbook Advisor 




The Year's 






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Seniors 

Faculty 

Administration 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 

Eighth Grade 

Activities 

Organizations 

Athletics 

Advertisements 

Patrons 

Autographs 



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Seniors Marguerite Harper and Joan Johns 

Pause Between Classes to Collect that 

"Almost Forgotten Assignment" 




Seniors 





QUIET PLEASE! 



Carolyn Margaret Ames 
"Amiable" 



Charles Rogers Ballard 
"Jolly and Jovial" 



Betty Jean Bailey 
"Quiet" 



William Battle 
"Lively" 



Inez Elaine Bailey 
"Effervescent" 



Clifton Robert Baxter 
"Ail-Around Athlete" 








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Maude Marie Barber 
"Sedate" 

John Willie Beary 
"Quiet" 

Florence Barnes 
"Reliable" 



James Allen Belin 
"Musical" 



Raba Andretta Bass 
"Vivacious" 

James Alexander Bridgers 
"Studious" 




Ida Claudine Benjamin 
"Lively" 

Thurman Bridgers 
"Late, but there" 

Betty Jean Berry 
"Lively" 



Welton Braye 
"Nonchalant" 

Helen Beary 
"Quiet" 

Bennie Blount 
"Reserved" 




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Cynthia Emmerita Boone 
"Lady-like" 

Courtney Jackson Butts 
"Friendly" 

Regina Yvonne Breathwaite 
"Musical" 



David Leroy Capps 

"Cool . . . Calm . . . 

Collective ..." 

Arcancis Bryant 
"Quiet" 

Abraham Lafayette Cason 
"Smoky" 




Margie Lee Cason 
"Alert" 

John Tee Cherry 
"Quiet" 

Stella Mae Cason 
"Intense" 



Albert Francis Cooper 
"Fun-loving" 

Frances Louise Cherry 
"Pert" 

Roosevelt Wheaton Cornick 
"Athletic" 



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"Pretty smiles conquers miles" 




Bernadine Virginia Cornick 
"Effervescent" 



James Patrick Davis 
FINALIST NATIONAL 
ACHIEVEMENT TEST 



Jeanette Cornick 
"Lively" 



Robert Davis 
"Fun-loving" 



Carol Ophelia Cross 
"Neat" 



Shervette Daughtry 
"Reserved" 




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"A step in the right direction. " 



Rosa Mae Crumble 
"Intelligent" 



Ella Davis 
"Quiet" 



Marvin Dillard 
"Quiet" 



Pedro Herbert Ellis 
"Late, but there" 



Phyllis Ann Davis 
"Flambuoyant" 



Rufus Anthony Eure 
"Gay" 




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Linda Lee Foreman 
"Sedate" 

Johnny Lee Evans 
"Intelligent" 



Elizabeth Gardner Godfrey 
"Lively" 



Roger Alexander Felton 
"Pace-setter" 

Lydia Juanita Goffigan 
"Intelligent" 

William Edward Grimstead 

"Happy-go-lucky" X 

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Janice Lynnette Gordon 
"Lady-like" 

Ronald Dwight Harris 
"Lively" 

Annie Vista Lee Gray 
"Musical" 



Robert Lee Harvey, Jr. 

"Active" 

Class President 

Marion Elizabeth Gregory 
"Forever Likeable" 

Stephen L. Hobbs 
"Intent" 










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May I help you? 




Sarah Elizabeth Hodnett 
"Serious minded" 



Jerry Augustus McCant 
"Musical" 



Sandra Faye Hoggard 
"Reserved" 



Ralph Moore 
"lively" 



Carolyn Holloway 
"Lively" 



McKinley Caldwell Jamison 
"Talented" 




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iarolyn Juanita Gregory 
"Poised and Proper" 

James Hogue 
"Musical" 

[arriett Jacquelyn Griffin 
"Lively" 



Kevin Hunter Holloway 
"Athletic" 

verly Maureen Grimstead 
"Very Active" 
Sec. Senior Class 

.vlicheal Tynes Holloway 
"Debonair" 




rguerite Lauretta Harper 
"Vivacious" 

Larry Vance James 
"Reserved" 

ernard Earthin Hughes 
"Reserved" 



/irginia Lorraine Harris 
"Intent" 

Daniel Lewis James 
"Musical" 

Irenda Patricia Hassell 
"Aggressive" 




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Carolyn Evelyn Hawkins 
"Glamorous" 

McArthur James 
"Athletic" 

Marionette Delores Highter 
"Aggressive" 






Cornell Jerome Little 
"Comical" 

Mary Lousie Hodnet 
"Quiet" 

Ernest Little 
"Quiet" 




Mary Elizabeth Ivery 
"Gay" 

Simuel Donnell Johns 
"Talented" 

Joan Virginia Ann Johns 
"Amiable" 



William Henry Johnson 
"Friendly" 

Nannie -Bell Beula Johnson 
"Reliable" 

Lucas Jones, Jr. 
"Debonair" 



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"In the mood!" ) 




Mary Elizabeth Johnson 
"Lively" 



Oston Jones 
"Intent" 



Carolyn Jones 
"Vivacious" 



Harvey Lee Joseph 
"Jolly" 



Alice Christine Jones 
"Shortie" 



Dennis Lee Haynes 
"Reserved" 




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"Do I make myself clear?" 



Mary Louise Jones 
"Sedate" 

Raymond Alphonso King 
"Pace-Setter" 



George Lee Kimble 
"Quiet" 

Hazel Jean Joseph 
"Intent" 



Mildred Deloris Jones 
"Intelligent" 

Thomas Eugene Marshall 
"Athletic" 





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Etheleen Delores Kimble 
"Glamorous" 

John Baptist Munden 
"Lively" 

Sandra Colleen Lewis 
"Lady-like" 



Willie Owens 
"Quiet" 

Annie Mae Lindsey 
"Reliable" 

Ronald Clarence Owens 
"Reliable" 





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Mary Helen Mayfield 
"Lively" 

Thomas Alexander Owens 

"Debonair" 

Ann Jeanette McCoy 
"Gay" 



Charlie Ray Parker 
"Sauve" 

Lillian Lorraine Mitchell 
"Vivacious" 

John Henry Skinner 
"Neat" 




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Bettie Irene Moore 
"Serious -minded" 

John Anthony Petty 
"Neat" 

Deborah Ann Murphy 
"Active" 



Calvin Lee Phillips 
"Lively" 

Marzelia Neal 

"Radiant" 

Miss Homecoming 

1965 

Ernest Etheridge 
"Quiet" 




Beverly Ann Newsome 

"Intelligent" 

Miss Cotillion 

1965 

Ernest Plummer 
"Quiet" 

Naomi Nichols 
"Quiet" 



William Edward Price 
"Athletic" 

Barbara Ann Owens 
"Reserved" 

Cylester William Shaw 
"Lively" 



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"To have and to hold" 




Katherine Lenoil C&vens 
"Quiet" 

William Cornelius Snowder 
"Athletic" 



Walter Clinton Snowden 
"Debonair" 

Ella Phillips 
"Quiet" 



Betty Jean Perkins 
"Lively" 

Ray Vaughan Spain 
"Sedate" 




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Barbara Jean Privette 

"Lively" 

Augustus Spence Smith 
"Reserved" 

Jacqueline Sylvia Re id 
"Talented" 



Richard Columbus Smith 
"Lively" 

Mary Frances Re id 
"Quiet" 

Thaddeus Clay Smith 

"Sauve" 
Senior Class Treasurer 




Patricia Voashell Ridley 
"Lively" 

Allen Sylvester Sneed 
"Reserved" 

Daisy Mae Russell 
"Neat" 



James Curtis Somerville 
"Lively" 

Carolyn Francis Smith 
"Poised" 

Robert Lee Tabron 
"Quiet" 




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"Take Five . 







Gloria Jean Turner 
"Lady-like" 

Jessie James Tyler 
"Reserved" 

Jean Deloris Veasy 
"Lively" 



Anthony Tyson 
"Quiet" 

Betty Ann Walker 
"Reserved" 

Herman R. Whitehurst 
"Neat" 




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'Bewitched and Bewildered" 



Mary Ward 
"Quiet" 



Corthious Williams 
"Calm" 



Audrey White 
"Reserved" 



Elisha Willie 
"Gay" 



Catherine Louise White 
"Reserved" 



Emanuci Lee Willie 
"Quiet" 




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Deloris Mae Whitehurst 
"Friendly" 

Stella Mae Whitehurst 
"Friendly" 

Stanley Lamar Wills 
"Gay" 



Madie Marie Wilder 
"Quiet" 

Anna Lee Wiggins 
"Poised" 

Leonard Thurman Wright 
"Friendly" 




Jane Louise Wiggins 
"Lively" 

Mary Lee Williams 
"Intelligent" 

William Leonard Wright 
"Friendly" 



Adrean Sylvia Williams 
"Quiet" 

Audrey Regina Williams 



James Edward Wood 
"Suave" 




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Journalism Staff at Work 



Yvonne Marie Willie 
"Lively" 

Juanita Wilson 
"Gay" 



Gloria Jean Wilson 
"Friendly" 

Shirley Ann Wilson 
"Lady-like" 



Roscoe Edward Woodhouse 
"Neat" 




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"Most Talkative" 
James Somerville and Bernadine Cornick 



"Most Popular" 
Jeanette Cornick and Robert Harvey 





"Most Handsome" 
Michael Holloway 



"Most Glamorous & Most Debonair" 
'Raba Bass and Lucas Jones 

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"Class Prevaricators" 
Coruthious Williams and Gloria Wilson 




'Most Dramatic" 
Joan Johns 




"Class Tease" 
Charles Ballard 



"Loudest" 
Cornell Little and Patricia Ridley 

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"Tallest" 
Deloris Whitehurst and James Belin 




"Most Artistic" 
Beverly Newsome 




"Most Comical" 
Regina Breathwaite and Cornell Little 



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"Shortest" 
Abraham Cason and Mary Jones 



"Most Attractive" 
Marguerite Harper 



"Most Athletic" 
Deborah Murphy and Roosevelt Cornick 




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"Most Reliable" 
Robert Harvey and Beverly Newsome 



"Most Polite" 
James Davis and Cynthia Boone 



"Most Pleasant" 
James Bridgers and Joan Johns 





"Most Likely to Succeed" 
Jeanette Cornick and James Davis 




"Most Versatile" 
Beverly Grimstead and Robert Harvey 




"Most Musical" 
Courtney Butts and Sylvia Reid 






"Most Brilliant" 
James Davis and Lydia Goffigan 



"Most Poised" 
James Wood and Anna Wiggins 



"Best Dressed" 
5everly Grimstead and Roscoe Woodhouse 



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"Most Creative" 
Johnny Evans and Lorraine Mitchell 



"Friendliest" 
John Petty and Linda Foreman 




"Neatest" 
David Capps and Etheleen Kimble 



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Ida Benjamin 



Is How 




Michael Holloway 







Inez Bailey 



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John Petty 





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Raba Bass 




Betty Moore 
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Cynthia Boone 




Marionette Highter 




Gloria Wilson 





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Marvin Dillard Carolyn Ames Robert Baxter Daisy Russell Oston Jones 



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William Wright Herman Whitehurst Shervette Daughtray Jolm Cherry 




Madie Wilder 
Jerry MCCants 
Garland Harris 





Mildred Jones 
Lucas Jones 
Etheleen Kimble 









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Shirley Wilson Rufus Eure Betty Perkins Abraham Cason Beverly Newsome 






Bernadine Cornick Betty Walker 



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Carolyn Hawkins 





Sandra Lewis Thaddeus Smith 




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Jeanette Cornick Sarah Hodnett 





Phyllis Davis Jane Wiggins William Grimstead 



Carolyn Smith 





Joan Johns 



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Faculty 




English 






Mrs. M. Freeman 



Mr. W. Daniels Miss H. L. Goodman 





Mrs. L. C. Harold Miss R. A. Perry 




Mrs. B. A. Rasberry 



Mr. R.C. Setzer 



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Mathematics 





Mrs. B. M. Robinson 



Mr. A. L. Weston 
Trigonometry 



Mr. R. H. Greene 






Miss O. F. Daughtry 



Mr. S. R. Brown 



Mr. E. J. Smith 



Math Department 

In this world of atomic power, more and more emphasis had necessarily 
been placed upon the mastery of mathematics. In keeping up-to-date Union 
Kempsville has expanded extensive mathematical curriculum. One is intro- 
duced to Algebra I and II, geometry, and Trigonometry. For the student with 
other interest, courses in consumer's math and mechanical drawing are 
offered. With such a diversified curriculum, the interested student can be 
amply equipped to go on to more advanced studies in mathematics. 



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History 






Mrs. L. H. Carter 



Mrs. J. W. Jones 



"History is a pageant and not a philosophy" 

-- Augustine Birrell 



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Mrs. D. L. Knox 



Miss E. E. Morgan 



Mr. W. J. Watson 



Studying the "drama" of the past and of the present, prepares us for the 
future. As the curtain goes up on the future, we hope to be equipped to meet 
our responsibilities in "The Great Society." 



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Science 




Mr. A. W. Young 
Mrs. J. C. Griffin 




Mr. C. A. Willis 
Mr. J. L. Perry 



Science Department 



(Wonder of New Knowledge) 

A knowledge of chemistry, biology, physics, and physical 
science is of great practical advantage, not only to scientists, 
engineers, physicists, biologists, physicians, botanists, and the 
like, but also to anyone who wishes to keep abreast of our changing 
world. Our age is the age in which science is playing an increas- 
ingly important role. Our Science Department is playing its own 
part in this Age of Progress. 



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Fine Arts 



Mrs. R. L. Allen 
Choral Music 
General Music 





Mr. R. A. Reid 
Band 



Mrs. I. C. Wilson 
Art Appreciation 




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Business Education 




Mrs. L. H. Reid 





The Business Education Department 
strives to prepares those who desire to 
enter the business world to make 
money in an honorable manner. Type- 
writing, stenography, economics, 
business law and general business 
along with bookkeeping and accounting 
as taught at U. K. prepares those who 
endeavor to render a service for a 
profit . 



Mrs. J. O. Siler 



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Industrial Arts 



Mr. A. H. Woodhouse 
Industrial Arts 



Mr. H. L. Robinson 
I. C. T. 




Mr. J. R. Hassell 
Mechanical Drawing 



Mrs. F. R. Ballard 



Home Economics 



Mr. H. L. Valentine 
Agriculture 



and 
Vocational Education 



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Mr. C. I. Siler 



Photos Missing: 

Mrs. D. W. Nance 
Mr. J. Darden 



Health and 
Physical Education 




Mr. C. L. Harvin 



Mr. Judge Goss 




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Mrs. M. B. Brockett 



Guidance 




Mr. R. L. Gordon 



Through Guidance information 
services, students are made aware of 
information concerning education, occu- 
pations, and personal-socio relation- 
ships . 




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Librarian 




"Ever ready to serve" 



Clerks 




Mrs. P. T. Young 



Mrs. V. M. Haynes 



Mrs. B. W. Gregory 



Foreign Languages 




Mrs. B. H. Greene 




Mrs. B. M. Patterson 



Por favor! Si vous plait! If you didn't know that, you were at 
U.K., you might think that you were in Madrid or Paris. The 
learning of a foreign language is assuredly difficult, but when 
mixed with dashes of fascinating customs and understanding of 
different ways of life, whether it be south of the border or across 
the sea, it is easily accomplished with Mrs. Bernice Greene and 
Mrs. Billy Patterson. 



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Administration 





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Mr. J. V. Boykins, Principal 




Administration 

Good, better, best 

never let it rest 

'til the good is better 

and the better us best . . . 

These are the watch words of the 
fine administrations at the Union 
Kempsville. Enforcement of rules and 
regulation to achieve this object. 



Mr. D. E. Morgan, Assistant Principal 




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Juniors 




Georgia Ashby 
Algeria Barcliff 
Anderson Barnes 
Annie Baxter 
Jacqueline Benjamin 



Shirley Blount 
Charlie Bly 
Larry Boggs 
Deloris Braithwaite 
James Brinkley 



Shirley Brockett 
Fentrell Carter 
Bernard Cason 
Joe Cason 
Clara Cherry 




Perlean Cherry 
LaVern Conley 
Ronald Cooper 
Christina Copeland 
Katherine Cowell 



Irswell Creekmore 
Lena Cuffee 
Rufus Cuffee 
Clifton Davis 
Clinton Davis 



Jeanette Davis 
Susie Diggs 
Larry Dildy 
Larry Dozier 
Charles Etheridge 



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Ida Evans 
Euphus Fentress 
Violet Fentress 
Regina Floyd 
Clifton Foreman 



Gloria Freeman 
Portia Gardner 
Walteina Gatlin 
Hazel Gould 
Frankie Gregory 




Norman Harold 
Audrey Harris 
Carolyn Harris 
Maurice Hawkins 
Holly Herbert 



Ida Hinton 
Ervena Hoggany 
Margaret Holly 
Barbara Holloway 
Isolean Jackson 



Richard James 
Ella Johns 
Barbara Johnson 
Thomas Johnson 
Evelyn Jones 



Stella Griffin 
Donell Grimstead 
Hilton Hanson 
Charles Harold 
Estralita Harold 




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Bernice Jordan 
Georgia Jordan 
Alexander Joyner 
Arvella Joyner 
Ernestine Joyner 




Joyce Keeling 
Sandra Knox 
Anita Lamb 
Paula Lambert 
Russell Lawrence 



Beverly Lewis 
Brookie Lewis 
Lavonne Malbon 
Emma Mayfield 
Sylvester Mayfield 



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Brenda McCoy 
Roger McCoy 
Franklin Melvin 
Betty Mitchell 
Hilda Mitchell 



Patsy Mitchell 
Lawrence Moore 
Ernest Nimmo 
Barbara Olds 
Deloris Olds 



Marjorie Owens 
Charles Pace 
Geraldine Parsons 
Deloris Perry 
Donald Petty 



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Anthony Barnes 
Margaret Privott 
Carolyn Reid 
June Riddick 
Roxanna Robinson 



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Josephine Rudd 
Annette Savage 
Jacquilyn Skinner 
Addie Smith 
Barbara Smith 



Carolyn Smith 
Claretha Smith 
Jeanette Smith 
John Smith 
John Smith 



Ronald Smith 
Sandra Smith 
Frances Taylor 
Barnett Thoroughgood 
Dorothy Turner 



Vivian Tyler 
Leon Vickers 
Jean Walke 
Marvis Ward 
Diane Whitfield 



Eley White 
Gloria White 
Rebecca Whitehurst 
Deloris Wilson 
Samuel Wilson 





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Sebra Wilson 
Charles Williams 
Ronnie Williams 
Rueben Williams 



Elijah Willie 
LeVerta Willie 
Queen Worlds 
Sarah Winston 



Alvin Woodhouse 
Frank Riddick 
George Johnson 
Jackie McCray 




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Summer School Graduates 





1966 



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Nathaniel Brown James Coston 



Kermit Matthew Evelyn Simmons 





Inez Smith 



Cleophus Williams Matthew Woodhouse 



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Sophomores 





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Lillie Berry 
Ernestine 

Coston 
Gwengolyn 

Hogue 



Rosa Boone 
Shirley Cowell 
Arthur Lassiter 



Willie Brown 
Gloria Dozier 
Shirley Lawrence 



Linda Butts 
Alfonza Eure 
Howard Macer 



Prentis Collins 
Annie Gay 
Kenneth Owens 



Ruby Cornick 
Annette Gregory 
Jay Phillips 



Aubrey 

Silvers 
Joyce Cason 
Tom James 



Beryl Skinner 
Geraldine Dailey 
Jeanette Lee 



Barbara White 
Cheryl Dildy 
Rudolph Lewis 



Kenneth Boggs 
Mary Ebron 
Bryon Nelson 



Jackie Bowe 
Robert Gordon 
James Nimmo 



Sylvia Brown 
Milton Haynes 
Ida Roberts 





Earl Smith 


Woodrow Smith 


William Spence 


Vincent Steed 


Barbara Wilson 


Ralph Wilson 


Horace Wynn 


Aundra Bridgers 


Eula Bryant 


Joyce Hawkins 


Bernard James 


Bertha 


Rose Joyner 


Charlie Lawrence 


Howard Price 


John Roberson 


Robenette Smith 


Johnson 
George 
William 
Clarence 

Cornick 
David 


Melba Williams 


Stella Williams 


Bessie Worlds 


Larry Christian 


Mary Cooper 


Mitchell 


Carolyn Franklin 


Willie Goins 


Bettie Gregory 


Erenest Gregory 


Jeanette Hyman 


Elizabeth 


Author Morris 


Connell Owens 


Percy Phillips 


Frank Simmons 


Curtis White 


Albriton 






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Darnell Ashby 
Wallace 

Goodman 
Lorenza Jones 



Marie Babb 
Frances Griffin 
Yvonne Joyner 



Deloris Burgess 
Willie Griffin 
Geraldine Keeling 



Van Davis 
Deborah Harris 
Pearlie Land 



Shirley Eure 
France Hawkins 
Forrestine Price 



Anderson Freeman 
Lucille Jeffery 
Russell Rainey 



Brenda 

Riddick 
Cecil Carter 
Levander 

Hughes 



Yvonne Snowden 
Herman Corprew 
Ann Ivery 



Audrey Smith 
Jeanette Etheridge 
Bobby Mclntyre 



Sherman Spencer 
Edward Foreman 
Sandra Owens 



Jacqueline Boone 
Diane Harrison 
Carolyn Pace 



James Butts 
Thomas Hobbs 
William Stancil 






Robert Stevenson 


Lovel Toran 


Ruby Turner 


Vivian Tyler 


Alton Uzzle 


Janice 


Lloyd Cooper 


Charles Daughtry 


C arolyn Floyd 


Lewis Floyd 


Rosetta Freeman 


Brickhouse 


Evelyn Gray 


Levon Gregory 


Vernetta Harold 


Hattie Hinton 


Donald Mitchell 


Bernell 

Gatlin 
Alice Owens 

Margie 
Baxter 

Dorothy 


Juanita Owens 


Elaine Robinson 


Terry Simmons 


Edward Stieff 


Roger Wright 


Ebron 


Mary Albritton 


Barbara Boyde 


Annie Broadnax 


Flora Cason 


Ruby Cornick 


Minnie 


Yvonne Hill 


Willie Holloman 


Alvin Jones 


Jackie Miles 


Elna Owens 


Riggins 





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Jesse Davis 
Barbara Williams 
Joyce Wilson 



James Shaw 
Richard Smith 
Joyce Williams 
Jacob Woodhouse 



Carolyn Walker 
Judy Williams 
Willie Yarn 



Jennie Wilson 



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Freshmen 





Debra Ovens 
Paula Pinckey 
Robert Rainey 
Robert Riddick 
Doris Robinson 



Vanita Skinner 
Joseph Turner 
William Tyler 
Elsie Barham 
Dorothy Brown 



Bessie Brown 
Willie Brock 
Willis Brown 
Lucy C ason 
Lewis Cason 



Gerald Cason 
Donnell 

Creckmore 
Joseph Etheridge 
Carol Freeman 
Elizabeth Franklin 



Stanley Mitchell 
Wade Morings 
Gloria Pinckney 
Theodore Robinson 
Elton Rudd 



Phyllis Scott 
Shirley Williams 
Christine Williams 
Roselle White 
Jimmie Anderson 



Betty Broadnax 
Vivian Butts 
Leon Carrington 
Ernest Caffce 
Audrey Caffec 



Barbara Holloman 
Edna Hawkins 
Gloria Maccr 
Darlenc Mason 
Gene Stevenson 



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Sherman Dozier 
Jessie Hill 
Filmore Hughes 
Joyce James 
Michael Mitchell 



Kenneth Owens 
Doris Olds 
Louis Powell 
Anthony Rotan 
Tyrone Redd 



Jessie Speller 
Clifton Sanderson 
Linwood Skinner 
Samuel Savage 
Layfayette 
T abron 



James Williams 
Barbara Williams 
Laverta Willie 
Louise Willie 
Mary Watson 



Wickie Riggens 
Louise Cross 
Hester Cheatam 
Shirley Olds 
Sylvania 

Henderson 



Gloria Mitchell 
Marva Sears 
Herman Phillips 
Russell Williams 
Omelia Wilson 



Major Blount 
Floyd Be ale 
Josephine Cherry 
Mamie Foreman 
Rosalyn Freeman 



Ervin Grimstead 
Alvin Gregory 
Michael Goffigan 
Rueben Gilchrist 
Mary Hinton 




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Marvin Baxter 
Brenda Cason 
Lawrence Elliot 
Ervin Thomas 
Juanita Etheridge 



Walter Fentress 
Warnell Fletcher 
Evonne Foreman 
Nelson Harper 
Joyce Herbert 



Taritha Kimble 
Jacquelyn Smith 
Shirley Smith 
Edward Smith 
Jacquelyn Taylor 



Gary Watkins 
Nathaniel Willie 
Raydel Williams 
Peggy Williams 
Gloria Wood 



Paula Gardner 
Sylvia Bailey 
Anthony 

Braithwaite 
Gloria Coston 
Shirley Cuffee 



LaVerne Dildy 
Scrafio Fontnella 
Jestinc Fitzgerald 
Alveeta Harold 
Delois Jones 



William Lindsey 
Waverly Mills 
Wilton McCoy 
James Mitchell 
Debra Peebles 



LaVerne Peebles 
Cora Ricks 
Ronnie Rouse 
William Wilson 
Larry Yancey 



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James Askew 
Eileen Brown 
Raymond Dailey 
Ardelia Elliott 
LaRosa Gatlin 



Oscar Hyman 
John Keeling 
Emma Mitchell 
Wallace Moore 
Clement Murphy 



Cynthia Murphy 
Flora Neal 
Cathy Neal 
Linda Newborn 
Jeanette 

Robertson 



Melvin Gatlin 
Patricia Shaw 
Joyce Skinner 
Deborah Walker 
Dianne Wiggins 



Maggie Williams 
Gwendolyn 

Williams 
Stella Bly 
Amme Brickhouse 
Mildred Brockett 



Brenda Brock 
George Cason 
Huge Cason 
Lillie Corprew 
Dennis Davis 



Dorothy Elliott 
Douglas Evans 
Willie Foreman 
Calvin Hoggard 
Fred Hollow ay 



Clayton Jones 
Delois Johnson 
Ronnie Knight 
Lydia Lawrence 
Rosetta Miller 




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Barbara Harris 
Sandra Mayfield 
Patricia Mayfield 
Leon Flora 
Evelyn Ferebee 



Princetta McClee 
Juanita Holloway 
Lawrence Elliott 
Brenda Kelly 
Ethel Johnson 



Benjamin Lamb 
Welton Williams 
Melvin Simmons 
Deloris Snowden 



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Eighth Grade 





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Brenda Anthony 

Edward Askew 

Frank Battle 
Walter Dildy 
Alexander Elliott 



Tyrone Fontenella 
Belita Forbes 
David Freeman 
Roger Gilchrist 
Irene Goffingan 



Brenda Harold 
Ronnie Hawkins 
William Hawkins 
Ronnie Haynes 
Lessell Hinton 



Valerie Jones 
Charles McCoy 
Jesse Mosley 

Elmer Murphy- 
Larry Nichols 



Marvin Petty 

Kenneth Privott 

Vernon Riddick 
Ronnie Robinson 
Vernice Sanderson 



Dianne Simmons 
Juanita Skinner 
Pernell Snowden 
Nathan Stiff 
Claudia Tabron 



Cornell Ward 
Conner Williams 
Sandra Allen 
Willie Artis 
Victor Bailey 



Willie Brock 
Carolyn Brock 
Alexander Burch 
Brenda Burch 
Warnell Conley 



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Charles Conyers 
Alvin Cornick 
Levi Cuffee 
Shirley Davis 
Ellen Dillard 



John Doles 

Leroy Fletcher 
Leland Forbes 
Shirley Freeman 
Alexander Hodnett 



Shields Holsey 
Josephine Hughes 
Ruth James 
Catherine Jones 
Sharon NcNeill 



Floyd Neal 

Jeanette Perry 

Mary Lee Roberts 
Vandelia Sanderson 
Larry Sneed 



Josephine Shepherd 
Jonny Snowden 
Pernell Speller 
Oisborne Wilder 
Lawrence Willie 



Willie Alexander 

Aaron Bell 

Elizabeth Cuffee 
Rose Cuffee 
Dorothy Dildy 



Evelyn Gordon 
Renae Graves 
Sylvia Harper 
Margaret Jones 
Annise Joyner 



Arthur Joyner 

Jesse Joyner 

William King 
Rosa Lewis 
Aaron McCoy 




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Janice Neal 

Vincent Price 
Phyllis Reid 
Joyce Ricks 
Rosa Sanderson 



Dianne Sanderson 
James Turner 
Mary Valentine 
Francis Vaughan 
Mary Williams 



James Wilson 

John Winslow 

Clyde Bryant 

Earnest Christian 
Nelson Dailey 



Norman Elliott 
Carol Edmonds 
Joseph Evans 
Issac Forbes 
Bruce Godfrey 



Sylvia Griffin 
Walter Harold 
Gloria Holloman 
Ernest Jackson 
Carolyn Jones 



Vernon Lawrence 
Anita Nichols 
Inez Nichols 
Willie Olds 
Norma Owens 



Eugene Plummer 
Walter Reid 
Barbara Riddick 
Daniel Riddick 
Diane Sanderson 



Carolyn Smith 

Shylene Smith 

Melvin Spence 

Ronald Thompson 
Prentis Winslow 



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Edward Basnight 

Richard Bright 

Linda Creekmore 
Richard Cuffee 
Mildred Davis 



Doretha Davis 

Thomas Evans 
Clementine 
Foreman 
Edward Hoggard 
Ruth Johnson 



Jane Joyner 

Patricia Knox 
Mary Lamb 
Marshall McCant 
George Owens 



Larry Owens 
Charlie Owens 
Sandra Owens 
Lessie Owens 
Delores Rainey 



Sarah Riddick 
Raleigh Sanderson 
Margie Williams 
Carrie Williams 
Raymond 

Woodhouse 



Robert Albritton 
Laurette Allen 
Donalda Boston 
Elma Cross 
Barbara Coley 



Micheal Cuffee 

Clinton Diggs 

Norman Gordon 
Deborah Gregory 
Janice Harper 



Samuel Harper 

Gloria Hillard 
Robert Johnson 
Bernette Jordan 
Clarence Joyner 




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Willie Kellam 
Cora Lindsey 
Brenda Olds 

Gerald Owens 



Clarica Swimpson 
LaVerne Vaughan 
Mary White 

Johnny Williams 



Barbara Wilson 
Leonard Berry 
Jancie Cason 

Wanda Council 



Winfred Felton 
Doris Hines 
Debra Johnson 



Jacqueline Mitchell 
Vincent McCoy 
Rosa Mae Olds 



Rueben Peebles 
Ruth Robinson 
Larry Shaw 



Marjorie Stewart 
Cheyenne Taylor 
Fred Thourogood 



Bernadine Wilson 
Janice Wilson 
Ivory Williams 
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Miss Homecoming and Attendants 

Lovely Gracious, Charming . . . 
Marzelia Neal Miss Homecoming 1965 - 
1966 and her attendants, Misses Joan 
Johns and Marquerite Harper reigned 
over U.K.'s homecoming activities in 
the fall of 1965. This WAS a good 
year. 



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Homecoming 1965 



Three gracious ladies reigned over Homecoming activities during the past year. PICTURED ABOVE are 
Misses Marguerite Harper, Marzellia Neal (Miss Homecoming) and Joan Johns. At FAR RIGHT, Marzellia is 
crowned by 1964's queen, Marilyn Lewis. Mr. Boykin (BOTTOM PHOTO) congratulates "Miss Homecoming 
-- 1965" 



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year at Dear 
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Above are pictured Mr. J. V. Boykin, Principal; Attorney Victor J. Ashe, long-time friend of the late Mr. 
Thaddeus Clay Smith; The Reverend Thomas M. Venable; Mr. George Ferrell, Chairman of the School Board; 
Mr. K. L. Jard, former member of the School Board; and Mr. Frank W. Cox, Superintendent of Schools. 



T. C. Smith Stadium Dedicated 



The new stadium was dedicated to the 
memory of the late Thaddeus Clay Smith, 
first principal of the school, and admired 
teacher and friend and benefactor to many 
in the Virginia Beach Area . 

Mr. Victor J. Ashe, long-time friend 
and fraternity brother of Mr . Smith, and 
a leading attorney, delivered the Dedica- 
tion Address . 




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Annual Staff 




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Phyllis Davis pounds away at the 
typewriter trying to make the 
"deadline." 




Beverly Grimstead ponders over 
pictures before drawing a layout 



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Busy, Busy . . . Busy?? 



PICTURED ABOVE are members of the 
Annual Staff. SEATED: Josephine Rudd, 
Lorraine Mitchell, Beverly Grimstead, 
Phyllis Davis, Joan Johns and Bernadine Cor- 
nick. STANDING are Ida Evans, James 
Davis, Raba Bass, John Petty and Barbara 
Privette. 




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James Davis with Briefing Team 



Mrs. Greene chats with Lt. Belfort. 



Nato Visits UK 



Vice Admiral Reynold D. Hogle, United States Navy, Chief of Staff, SACLANT introduces NATO 




Students sit and listen 
attentatively to NATO 
briefing. 



MISS VIRGINIA, 1966, Miss Jean Inge 
with other guests. 



Adm. Hogle reviews the Pershing 
Rifles, VSC, Honor Guard 





Organizations 





I.C.T. 

The I.C.T., in addition to participating in sev- 
eral conferences, sought to help students to help 
themselves by providing practical job experience 
and wise job advice . 




Lambda Chi 

The purpose 
of the Lambda 
Chi is to pro- 
vide a token of 
distinction for 
the high scholar- 
ship and char- 
acter distinctions 
of our students . 



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Ready to "Meet Todays Challenges" 




The Girls Club 

The Girls Club of Union Kempsville High School started the school year of 
1965-66 with the topic of "Girl's Week" with their theme "Meeting Today's 
Challenges . " During that week we were happy to say that we had two members 
from our club to take part in this great event. Sandra Lewis served on the In- 
terracial Panel and Ann McCoy served as Mistress of Ceremony. Topics for 
discussion were: Religious Emphasis, Community Service and Citizenship, 
Arts and Craft, and Culture Announcement. 

Objectives for observance were: (1) To direct the Attention of girls toward 
those factors which are important elements in their preparation, to bear the 
responsibilities of the future. (2) To let the girlhood of our race know that the 
community is interested in the welfare of each girl. This event took place at 
Queen Street Baptist Church of Norfolk. 

During the fall season, we as members of the Girls Club, have had several 
activities! 

During the Christmas season, the Girls Club was able to present a basket 
to an unfortunate family. 

The club's goal is: To grow in friendship with people of all races, nation- 
alities, and religions, to make a better impression on today's life. 



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The Bachelors 

The Bachelors, a branch of the Future Teachers of America, are brothers to the 
Xinos. During the year, they sponsored a "Can-Can" Dance in order to collect goods 
for needy families. 

Bachelors with Pledgees, "Dogs" 



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Fentrell Carter and Lovel Toran rehearse a scene from 
"Macbeth. " 



The Dramatic Club 




The Dramatic Club gave performances during the year, among them were the in- 
duction performance which is given each Fall; and the annual Christmas pageant . 



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Future Teachers 





of America . . . Xinos 



These young ladies, a part of the Future Teachers of America, 
proved to be a volcano which erupted with spirit and energy dur- 
ing the past year . 

Exemplifying high ideals, they sponsored several projects 
among which were the annual Xino Green and White Ball and sev- 
eral fund raising activities for their scholarship fund. 

Each year, the Xinos award a book scholarship to all of its 
graduating members . 



A Branch of 



Future Teachers of America 




Pledgees 



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Industrial Arts Club 

To foster the development of a strong foundation in the skills, knowledges, and at- 
titudes regarding technical matters, is the goal of the Industrial Arts Club. The club 
participated in the National Industrial Arts Exhibit with their coffee tables, woodwork, 
and candle holders among other projects. A year which was marked by progress and 
achievement . 

Brush and Palete Club 



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The Brush and Palete Club worked diligently decorating the school and creating the 
proper moods for "Career Week." In addition, they recreated the "Twelve Days of 
Christmas" and following the theme for the Junior-Senior Prom, "A Night In Hawaii." 
What a year! The Brush and Palete Club was buzz -bee and busy too. 



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The Y-Teens, the energetic and vivacious Lady Kempsvilles, sponsored 
several projects in conjunction with other state and local chapters . Inculded 
were a Thanksgiving basket to help needy families; a Christmas Ball and sev- 
eral fund raising drives. The Y-Teens truly helped to make this the year that 
WAS active and purposeful. 



The Debating Society 

■*.- . ..'.'AIM 





MOTTO: To uphold logic and foster reason, 



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Spanish Club 




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Sports Club 




Active, as the name implies, the Sports Club sponsored this year's swinging Valentine Dance and injected 
"pep" into the school spirit campaign. Their aim: "The whole man -- brainwise, social wise, health wise, 
otherwise. " 



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National 
Honor 
Society 



The Union 
Kempsville 
Chapter of the 
National Honor 
Society of Secon- 
dary Schools is a 
member of the 
National Council. 
The purpose of 
our organization is 
to create an en- 
thusiasm for 
Scholarships, to 
stimulate a de- 
sire to render 
service, to pro- 
mote worthy 
leadership, and 
to encourage the 
development of 
character in all 
students of our 
school. 



The 
Student 
Council 



The Student Councils 
sponsored a Christmas 
gift campaign for the 
Infants Clinic at the new 
Virginia Beach Hospital. 
In addition, it sparked a 
Christmas Week and 
Rejuvination of U. K. 
campaign. A real success! ! 




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Future Homemakers 




of America 




This year the overall goal of the 
Future Homemakers of America 
was to help improve personal family 
and community living. In fulfill- 
ment of its motto, the F.H.A. 
visited the Infants Clinic of the New 
Virginia Beach Hospital bearing 
gifts. In addition, they sought TO- 
WARD NEW HORIZONS. 



Motto 
Toward New Horizons" 




School Choir 






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Second Period Choir 
Mixed Chorus 



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Mrs. R. L. Allen, Director 
Mixed Chorus 



The Choir has won city and state -wide acclaim with their appearances on radio, 
TV and in concert . 

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This was a 

The UK Tigers tied for VIA District 
Championship for the first time in UK 
football history. They placed second for 
in state -wide competition. 

The Tigers had an exceptionally good 
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year for champs! 

Coach Joshua Darden with the able as- 
sistance of Coaches Charles Harvin, 
Robert Setzer and Clyde Siler. The 
coaches believed even at the beginning 
of the season that the team had the 
"feel of champions." 





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Go -Go Tigers! 



"Baby Junior" Hawkins holds that line as he brings 
down one of the "Fighting Bookers" as the TIGERS 
slaughtered the BOOKERS 19-14. 

What a year! What a team! 



The Tigers move in for "the kill" on a Booker T. 
of Suffolk "Bears ." Final score, 33-6. 
We did it again! ! ! 



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Football - 1965 



The Mighty Tigers held their own throughout a season which turned out to be 
the best in the record of UK football history. 

On the rainy night in October when the Tigers slaughtered the "mighty" 
Bookers of Norfolk, one spectator was heard to comment: "And even the Heavens 
Cried." We did too -- for joy! 







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Basketball, 



An all -American sports 
-- Basketball. And one of 
favorite sports at U.K. 
The U.K. Tigers were 
dubbed the most im- 
proved teams in the Dis - 
trict for the 1965-66 






"Where the Action Was" 



U.S.A. 



season. Coming up from 
the bottom at the begin- 
ning of the season, the 
tigers went on to have a 
smashing season, after 
all. 





The Members of the Fighting Tigers are ready for action anytime. 



Baseball Team 
1966 



The Homefield of the Fighting Tigers. 



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Having fun in the sun 



Tennis 



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Cross-Country Runners, Those Tigers 



U.K. 's Track Team usually a 
persistant winner, was no ex- 
ception this year. The team pre- 
pared diligently to maintain past 
records secured in the Penn- 
State Relays. The team ran their 
way to gain a successful, timely, 
finish. This was the year that 
was every mile of the way! !! 



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Dealer-Grain-Seed-Fertilizer 

Route 3 Box 31 11 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Phone 426^6465 


A. B. C. SERVICE COMPANY 

625 Glenoak Drive 

"Septic tanks cleaned, 
repaired and installed 

Phone 853-2098 


CARNEY'S 
BEAUTY & BARBER SHOPS 

Al Carney, Prop. 

954 St. Julian Avenue - Shop 
830 Hayes Street - Home 

Phones 
Barber Shop — 625-9095 
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NETTIE'S BEAUTY BOX 

Hair Wave Technician 
Specializing in Hair Styling 
Tinting - Dyeing - Permanents 
Scalp Treatments - Wigs 

Mrs. J. T. Dyson, Prop. 

428-9653 or 428-8195 

Virginia Beach 


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COMMUNITY DRUG STORE 
7015 East Sewells Point Road 
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BRATTEN PONTIAC CORP. 

891 Little Creek Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 


JIMMY' S 
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1700Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 


THE RATHSKELLER LOUNGE 

2014 Atlantic Avenue 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Phone 622-4687 


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JARD' S REALTY CO. 


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AL AND THE HEARTBREAKERS 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

A. BARTLEY & SONS 

Norfolk, Virginia 

MRS. VANESSA BUTTS 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. JAMES BUTTS, JR. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. COURTNEY BUTTS, JR. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

CAPTAIN SMITH'S BAIT HOUSE 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

CARNATION SOCIAL CLUB 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. WILLIAM CASON 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. LUCY CASON 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

COOPER'S JEWELERS, OPTOMETRISTS 

Norfolk, Virginia 

DOUGLAS CLAYBONE & SONS 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. ANANIASE FEREBEE 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

FLAHERTY'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER 

Norfolk, Virginia 

FRANK'S BARBER SHOP 

Norfolk, Virginia 

GLAMOROUS ACES SOCIAL & SAVINGS CLUB 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

GRAY'S PHARMACY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

GRIMSTEAD'S MARKET 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

GREAT NECK GROCERY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

GLENN -TILL MASONRY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

GRANBY'S CHICKEN IN THE BOX 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

HERBERT HARRELL FLORIST 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. G MRS. LEE E. HARRIS 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MGGY'S CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 

Norfolk, Virginia 

MR. JOHN IVERY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. PEARL IVERY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

JORDAN'S BEAUTY SALON 

Norfolk, Virginia 

KNIT-A-BIT 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

CPL. GEORGE LAWRENCE 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MARCO'S CONFECTIONERY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MELVIN MOORE, CONTRACTOR 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MERRIWING INTERNATIONAL, INC. 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

MR. & MRS. C. L. MURPHY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

Norfolk, Virginia 



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Norfolk, Virginia 

PLAZA ESSO SERVICENTER 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 

A. E. SAVAGE, BRICK & PLASTERING 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Norfolk, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. CUTIE SPENCE 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

THE HUNTER'S SOCIAL AND SAVINGS CLUB 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

TOWN CLUB 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

TWELVE HUNDRED CLUB 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

VIRGINIA BEACH CLEANERS 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. JAMES SOMMERVILLE 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. LEONARD WRIGHT 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. & MRS. MAHRA VEASY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MISS SHIRLEY VEASY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. ELIZABETH VEASY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. EDNA WHEATON 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MRS. CHERRY SAWYER 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. & MRS. HORACE WILSON 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. & MRS. JEFFERSON LUNDY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

REV. & MRS. M. R. BOONE 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MUNDEN'S GROCERY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

LIBERAL CLOTHIERS 

Norfolk, Virginia 

DR. J. H. BOYD 

Norfolk, Virginia 

TWELVE HUNDRED SPORTSMAN CORP. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

PLANTATION MOTEL 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD WILLIAMS 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

MURDEN GROCERY 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Virginia Beach, Virginia 



Patrons 



Mrs. Gertrude Abbott 

Mr. James Adams 

Sgt. G Mrs. Johnnie C. Adams 

Mrs. Verlin H. Adams 

Mr. Isaiah Addison 

Mr. Relewz Alandore 

Miss Evelyn Allen 

Mr. G Mrs. Earl Anderson 

Miss Essie Ashby 

Mr. G Mrs. Jessie Ashby 

Mr. John Ashby 

Miss Lucy Ashby 

Mrs. Thelia Ashby 

Mr. Walter Ashby 

Attorney Victor Ashe 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Askew 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Askew 

Miss Betty- J. Bailey 

Miss Inez E. Bailey 

Mr. John W. H. Bailey 

Miss Linda Bailey 

Miss Luda A. Bailey 

Mrs. Martha Bailey 

Miss Sylvia Bailey 

Mr. Leroy Baker 

Mrs. Frederica Ballard 

Mr. & Mrs. William Banks 

Mr. Leon Baptist 

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Barcliff 

Mr. G Mrs. Maurice Barco 

Mr. Robert L. Barco 

Miss Ernestine Barnard 

Mrs. Hattie Barnard 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Basnight 

Miss Raba Bass 

Mr. Baston 

Mrs. Wilhemenia Baston 

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Batts 

Mrs. Roberta Baughan 

Mrs. Alice Baxter 

Mr. Edward Baxter 

Miss Helen Baxter 

Mr. G Mrs. Lonnie Baxter, Jr. 

Mrs. Rosa Lee Baxter 

Mr. Wilfrod Andre Baxter 

Miss Georgia F. Beary 

Miss Helen Beary 

Miss Lillie Beary 

Mrs. Florence Beasly 

Miss Mary E. Beckett 

Mrs. Doris Bell 

Mrs. Ella Bell 

Mr. Fred Bell 

Mr. Hazel H. Bell 

Mr. Richard Bell 

Mr. Russell Bell 

Mrs. Ruth Bell 

Mr. & Mrs. William Bell 

Mr. James Bellamy 

Mrs. Lessie Mae Benn 

Mrs. Ernest L. Benson 

Mr. & Mrs. Berry, Sr. 

Mrs. Charlotte Berry 

Mrs. Minnie R. Berry 

Sgt. & Mrs. Zien Berry, Jr. 

Mrs. H. C. Bickley 

Mrs. Ruth Bilale 

Mr. Lee Billups 

Mrs. Leamon Blount 

Mrs. Charlie Bly 

Mr. Charlie Bly 



Mr. Fletcher Boddie 

Mrs. Thelma Boggs 

Pfc. Warren L. Boone 

Miss Cecilia Booth 

Mrs. Regina Bowe 

Sgt. James J. Bowen 

Mr. G Mrs. John Bowman 

Mrs. Benjamin Bowser 

Mrs. Evora Bracey 

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Braswell 

Mrs. Doris Braye 

Mr. Salmon Braye 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Braye, Sr. 

Mr. Anthony Breathwaite 

Mrs. Catherine Breathwaite 

Mr. Curtis Breathwaite 

Mrs. Evelyn Breathwaite 

Mr. Rodney Breathwaite 

Mrs. Sadie Breathwaite 

Mrs. Florence Briggs 

Mrs. Doris Brinkley 

Mrs. Odessa P. Brinkley 

Mrs. Josie Britt 

Mrs. Sarah Brock 

Mrs. Charles W. Brockett 

Mrs. Zelia Brockett 

Mr. Louis Brodnax 

Miss Katherine Brooks 

Miss Carrie Brooks 

Mrs. Maude Brothers 

Mr. Augustas Brown 

Mrs. Ella Brown 

Mrs. Elsie R. Brown 

Mrs. Hazel Brown 

Mr. Johnny Brown 

Mrs. Lena Brown 

Mr. Lloyd Augustus Brown 

Mrs. Mary Brown 

Mrs. P. H. Brown 

Miss Rachael Brown 

Mrs. Rachael Brown 

Mrs. Rebecca Brown 

Mrs. Rosie Lee Brown 

Mr. Alvin Bryant 

Mrs. Florean B. Buffaloe 

Mrs. Florence Buffaloe 

Pfc. Terry Burnaham 

Mrs. Alberta Burnham 

Mrs. Daniel W. Burton 

Mrs. Lillian Butcher 

Miss Alma Butts 

Mrs. Maria Butts 

Mrs. Rose L. Butts 

Mr. Russell Butts 

Mrs. Vivian Butts 

Mrs. Annie Mae Byrd 

Miss Phyllis Byrd 

Mr. Wilford Byrd 

Mrs. Annie B. Caffee 
Miss Bertha Caffee 
Mrs. Ernest Caffee 
Miss Juanita Caffee 
Mrs. Margie Caffee 
Mr. Raymond Caffee 
Mrs. Virgie Caffee 
Mrs. P. M. Caldwell 
Rev. P. M. Caldwell 
Mr. James Call 
Mrs. James Call 
Mrs. John Lee Caloross 
Miss Dorothea Capps 



Mrs. N. B. Capps 

Mr. Richard Capps 

Mr. Russell Capps 

Mrs. Lottie Carey ■ 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carnich 

Mrs. Ava Caroll 

Mrs. Georgie Carrington 

Mr. Herman Carrington 

Rev. Herman Carrington 

Mr. Malcolm Carrington 

Mr. Lester Carter 

Mr. Lindwood Carter 

Mrs. Fannie Cartwright 

Mr. McPherson Caryerew 

Miss Amy Cason 

Mrs. Audrey Cason 

Mrs. Clara Cason 

Mrs. Elizabeth Cason 

Mr. Elmer Cason 

Mr. G Mrs. Ervin Cason 

Mrs. George B. Cason, Jr. 

Mr. Harold Cason 

Mr. Hugo Cason 

Mrs. Louis M. Cason 

Mrs. Rhoda Cason 

Mrs. Rodie Cason 

Mrs. Russell Cason 

Mrs. Ruth Cason 

Miss Shirley Cason 

Miss Stella Cason 

Mr. Thaddeus Cason 

Mrs. Virgie Cason 

Mr. Walter Cason 

Mr. William A. Cason, Jr. 

Mr. Willie Cason 

Mr. William C. Chambers 

Mrs. Irene Chamblec 

Mr. Maple Chance 

Cpl. Lewis M. Chapman 

Mrs. Ella Chares 

Miss Bobbie Cherry 

Mr. Joe Bobby Cherry 

Mrs. Lillian Cherry 

Mrs. Norman Cherry 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Cherry 

Mr. Whit L. Cherry 

Mr. William Cherry 

Mrs. Marian Christian 

Mr. Randolph Christian 

Mrs. H. Clark 

Mrs. Sandra Code 

Mrs. Vastan Cofield 

Mr. George Coma 

Mrs. George Coma 

Mrs. Annie N. Conley 

Mrs. Shirley Conley 

Mrs. Corrine Cooper 

Miss Elizabeth Cooper 

Mrs. Flossie Cooper 

Mr. Joseph Cooper 

Miss Margariete Cooper 

Mrs. Mary D. Cooper 

Miss Bernadine Cornick 

Mrs. C. Cornick 

Mr. Clenton Cornick, Sr. 

Mr. Herbert Cornick, Jr. 

Mr. Herbert Cornick, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Sidney R. Cornick, 

Mrs. Virginia Cornick 

Mr. G Mrs. William Cornick 

Mr. Raymond Corprew 

Mr. Andrew Coston 



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Patrons 



Mrs. Laura Coston 

Rev. G Mrs. Moses Coston 

Mrs. Pauline Covenington 

Mrs. Dorothy Cowell 

Mrs. Ellare Cowell 

Mrs. Martha Cowell 

Mr. Miles Cowell 

Mrs. Charity Creekmore 

Mrs. Neolio Creekmore 

Mr. A. B. Crews 

Mr. G Mrs. Plummer E. Crumblt 

Mrs. Clara Cuffee 

Mrs. Mable Cuffee 

Mr. Roosevelt Cuffee 

Mrs. Ethel Cummings 

Mr. G Mrs. Kenneth Dale 

Mrs. Lula Daniels 

Mrs. Medith Darden 

Mr. Walter Darrell 

Dr. Heinz Datnitsching 

Mr. Clifton Daughtry 

Mr. Clifton Pernell Daughtry 

Mr. Linwood Daughtry 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Daughtry 

Pfc John D. Davan 

Mr. G Mrs. Abram Davis 

Mrs. Beatrice Davis 

Mrs. Ellen Davis 

Mrs. Gladys Davis 

Mr. Jesse L. Davis 

Mrs. Lucy Davis 

Mrs. Margaret Davis 

Mrs. Naomi Davis 

Rev. P. C. Davis 

Miss Phyllis Davis 

Mr. Raymond Davis 

Mr. Raymond Davis, Sr. 

Mrs. Sarah Davis 

Mrs. Weezie Davis 

Mr. Herman Deberry 

Mr. Robert Diggs 

Mrs. William Diggs 

Mrs. Annie Mae Dildy 

Mr. Leland Dildy 

Mrs. Pearl Dildy 

Mr. G Mrs. Russell Dildy, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Dozier 

Mr. Walter Dudly 

Mr. & Mrs. Willie Dwetti 

Mr. Lucullus Edney 

Mr. Randolph Edwards 

Mrs. Avie H. Elliott 

Mr. Charlie Elliott 

Mr. Daniel Elliott 

Mr. Earl Elliott 

Miss Mable Elliott 

Mr. James English 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Etheridge 

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Etheridge 

Mrs. Virna Etheridge 

Mr. & Mrs. Weldon Etheridge 

Mrs. Elnora Eure 

Mrs. Marion Eure 

Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Eure 

Miss Linda D. Evans 

Mrs. R. Evans 

Mrs. Evelyn B. Fauntleroy 
Rev. Jerry C. Fauntleroy 
Mr. Wesley Felton 



Mrs. Amy Fentress 

Mr. G Mrs. Euphus Fentress 

Mr. Nathaniel Fentress 

Mr. Willard Fentress 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ferebee 

Mr. Greenwood Ferebee 

Mrs. Joseph Ferebee 

Mrs. Louvinia Ferebee 

Mrs. Sara Ferebee 

Mrs. Teresa Ferebee 

Mrs. Virginia Ferebee 

Mr. William Ferguson 

Mrs. Jessie Filhiol 

Mr. Ernest Fitzgerald 

Mrs. Mabel Fitzgerald 

Mrs. Rebecca Fitzgerald 

Mr. John Fletcher, Jr. 

Mr. John Fletcher, Sr. 

Mrs. Cecelia Flora 

Mrs. Letha Flora 

Mrs. Annie H. Floyd 

Mrs. Doris Fontanilla 

Mrs. Mary Forbes 

Mr. Robert Forbes 

Mrs. Annie Foreman 

Mr. David Foreman 

Mr. Leroy Foreman 

Mrs. Lucille Foreman 

Mr. Raymond Foreman 

Mr. Robert Foreman 

Mrs. Adda Forrest 

Mr. Celsea Francis 

Mr. & Mrs. Wiley Franklin 

Mr. & Mrs. Freeman 

Mrs. Bernice Freeman 

Mr. James Thomas Freeman 

Rev. Leon Freeman 

Mr. Paul Freeman 

Miss Rosa Freeman 

Mr. Warren Freeman 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Freeman 

Mr. Willie Freeman 

Rev. Fuller 

Mr. Ben Fuller 

Mr. Charlie Fuller 

Mrs. James Fuller 

Mr. Maurice Fuller 

Rev. N. J. Fuller 

Mrs. Thelma Fuller 

Mr. Gartrell Gaines 

Mr. William Gallop 

Mr. George Garden 

Mrs. Sarah Garris 

Mrs. James S. Gary 

Mr. Vernon Gary 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Gary 

Mrs. Vernon Gary, Jr. 

Mr. Vernon Gary, Sr. 

Mrs. Beatrice Gatlin 

Mrs. Ella Gatlin 

Rev. James Gatlin 

Miss Mildred Gatlin 

Miss Rosa Lee Gatlin 

Miss Vivian Gatlin 

Mrs. Ruth Gayle 

Mrs. Lydia B. Gibbs 

Mr. Elijah Gibson 

Mrs. Mary Gibson 

Mr. Eddie Gilchrist 

Miss Ella Gilchrist 

Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Gilchrist 



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Gordon 



Mr. Thomas Gilchrist 
Mr. Thomas Gilchrist, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas Lee Gilchrist, Sr. 
Mrs. Helen Giles 
Mr. Bennie Glenn 
Mrs. Cora Godfrey 
Mrs. Annie Goffigan 
Mr. Dermis Goffigan, 
Mr. Dennis Goffigan, 
Mrs. Goletha Goffigan 
Mrs. Irene Golf 
Mr. William Golf 
Mr. G Mrs. Willie L. 
Mrs. Carrie Graham 
Pfc K. Grant 
Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Graves 
Rev. G Mrs. Anthony Graves 
A 3/C Arthur A. Gray 
Mrs. Ella Gray- 
Mr . G Mrs. Robert Gray 
Mrs. Willie H. Gray 
Mr. G Mrs. Cleo Greene 
Mrs. Erma Greene 
Mrs. Herbert H. Greene 
Mrs. Ivia Cora Greene 
Mrs. Joan Greene 
Mr. G Mrs. Johnny F. Greene 
Mr. Alvin Gregory 
Mr. Perry Gregory 
Mr. Robert Gregory 
Mrs. Sarah Gregory 
Mrs. Sarah Frances Gregory 
Mrs. Deloris Griffin 
Miss Harriett J. Griffin 
Mr. & Mrs. John Griffin 
Mrs. Mable Griffin 
Mr. Roland C. Griffin 
Mrs. Vernice Griffin 



Mrs 


Viola Griffin 


Mr. 


G Mrs. William Griffin 


Mr. 


Willie Lee Griffin 


Mr. 


G Mrs. Lonnie Grimstead, Jr 


Mrs 


Marion Grimstead 


Mr. 


G Mrs. Oscar V. Grimstead 


Mr. 


R. A. Guide 


Mrs 


Lavern Guinn 



Mr. James Hairston 
Rev. Jeremiah Hall 
Mr. William Hamberry 
Mrs. Charlie Harding 
Mr. G Mrs. David Hardy 
Mr. James Hargrow, Jr. 
Mrs. Geraldine Harold 
Mr. & Mrs. Roosevelt Harper 
Mrs. Willie N. Harper 
Mr. Cleon Harrington 
Mrs. Alice Harris 
Mr. Clarence Harris 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Harris 
Mr. Ernest H. Harris, Jr. 

Mr. Joel Johnson 
Mr. John H. Johnson 
Mr. Pump Alfonzo Johnson 
Mrs. Purmella Johnson 
Mrs. Roline Johnson 
Mr. Rufus Johnson 
Mrs. Versie Johnson 
Mrs. Amanda C. Jones 
Mrs. Barbara Jones 
Mrs. Beulah Jones 



Patrons 



L. Cpl. C. B. Jones 

Mr. Carey C. Jones 

Mr. Carey C. Jones, Jr. 

Miss Carolyn Jones 

Mr. Chavis Jones 

Mr. Clayton Jones 

Miss Emma Jones 

Miss Evelyn Jones 

Mr. Forest Jones 

Mr. Hazel Jones 

Mr. Herbert Jones 

Mr. J. C. Jones 

Mrs. J. W. Jones 

Mr. G Mrs. Jerry Jones 

Mrs. Joyce Jones 

Mrs. Martha Jones 

Mrs. Mildred Jones 

Mr. Robert E. Jones 

Mrs. Sharlene Jones 

Mr. Spence Jones 

Mr. William T. Jones 

Mr. Willie Jones 

Miss Deloise Jordan 

Miss Georgia Jordan 

Miss Nellie L. Jordan 

Mrs. Vera Jordan 

Mr. William Jordan 

Mrs. Zelpha Jordan 

Miss Arvella Joyner 

Mrs. Bertha Joyner 

Mr. G Mrs. David W. Joyner 

Mrs. Flossie Joyner 

Mr. G Mrs. Jesse W. Joyner 

Mrs. Novella Joyner 

Mrs. Hattie Mae Keeling 

Mrs. Betty Kellam 

Mr. James Kellam 

Mr. Perry A. Kellam 

Mrs. Samuel Kellam 

Mr. Minor Kennedy, Jr. 

Mr. Isael Kenon 

Mrs. Cora Kettrel 

Mrs. Alcora Kimble 

Mrs. Susie Kimble 

Cpl. Eugene Kipper 

Mrs. Bertha Knight 

Mr. G Mrs. Charles W. Knight 

Mrs. Melvin Knight 

Mrs. Morve Knight 

Mrs. Phyllis Knight 

Mrs. Doris L. Knox 

Mrs. Georgia Knox 

Mrs. Sarah Knox 

Mr. Alvin Lamb 

Mr. Cornelius Lamb 

Mrs. David Lamb 

Mrs. Gloria Lamb 

Mr. Horace Lamb 

Mr. Kenneth Lamb 

Mr. Leroy Lamb 

Mrs. Louise Lamb 

Mrs. Marie Lamb 

Mrs. Rosie Lamb 

Mrs. Nilhe Lambert 

Mr. G Mrs. Jonas Larry 

Mr. G Mrs. Harry Lassiter, Jr. 

L. Cpl. Arthur Lawrence 

Mr. G Mrs. B. H. Lawrence 

Miss Barbara Lawrence 

Mr. Early Lawrence 



Mr. Harvey Lawrence 

Mrs. Mattie Lawrence 

Miss Olivia Lawrence 

Mr. William R. Lawrence 

Mrs. Carrie Lee 

Cpl. Willie Lee, Jr. 

Mrs. Essie Lenoie 

Mr. Herman Lesbit 

Miss Betty Levie 

Mrs. Rosa L. Levie 

Mrs. Annie Lee Lewis 

Mr. Ben Lewis 

Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis 

Mr. G Mrs. Eugene Lewis 

Mrs. Lula Mae Lewis 

Miss Marilyn Jean Lewis 

Mrs. Amvie Lena Lindsey 

Mi. Connie Lee Lindsey 

Mr. James Lindsey 

Mrs. Jennie Lindsey 

Mrs. Lena Lindsey 

Mrs. Louise Lindsey 

Mr. William Lindsey 

Mr. G Mrs. M. Liverman 

Mrs. L. L. Locken 

Mrs. Ruth Lonesome 

Miss Edna Love 

Mr. G Mrs. William H. Lubals, Jr. 

Mr. Benjamin F. Luck 

Mrs. Fannie Lundy 

Mr. Jeff Lundy 

Mr. William Lyles 

Mrs. Vivian Macer 
Mrs. Virginia Machell 
Mrs. Carol Magwood 
Mrs. Lucille Manegie 
L. Cpl. Robert Mann 
Cpl. Robert M. Mann 
Mrs. Mary Manning 
Mrs. Atla Manns 
Mary's Delicatessen 
Mrs. Nellie Malbon 
Mrs. Vivian Malbon 
Mr. H. B. Malbrone 

Willie Martin 
Hazel Mason 

G Mrs. Jesse B. T. Mason 

Willie Mason 
Mrs. Mary Mayblin 
Mrs. Mary E. Mayfield 

G Mrs. David McAllister 

Joe McClary 
Idabelie McClenny 
Dortha M. McCoy 

Frank McCoy 

Howard McCoy 

John McCoy 
Miss Margaret McCoy 
Mr. Robert McCoy 

Ruffin McCoy 

Willie McCoy 

Wilson D. McCoy 

G Mrs. Sandy McDonald 

G Mrs. Ralston Mclnnis 

Roland McKay 
Mary McNeill 

Linwood McPherson 

Simon McPherson 

G Mrs. Raymond Melvin 

Frank Miles 
Henrietta Miles 



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Mrs. W. Miles 
Mrs. Connie L. Miller 
Mr. Henry Miller 
Mr. Kenneth L. Miller 
Mrs. Lillie Miller 
Mr. Alfred Mills 
Mr. G Mrs. Alfred Mills, Jr. 
Mrs. Catherine Mitchell 
Mr. George Mitchell 
Mrs. Gertrude Mitchell 
Mrs. Nettie Mitchell 
Miss Patsy Mitchell 
Mrs. Roylee Mitchell 
Mr. Roy Wayman Mitchell 
Mrs. Inez Moody- 
Miss Annie Moore 
Miss Bettie Moore 
Mr. Clarence Moore 
Mr. G Mrs. H. G. Moore 
Mrs. Lummie Moore 
Mr. G Mrs. Melvin Moore 
Mrs. Mancy Moore 
Mr. Samuel Moore 
Mrs. Dorothy Morgan 
Rev. Edmond E. Morgan 
Mrs. Hattie Morgan 
Mrs. Lillian Morgan 
Mrs. Alfred Morris 
Mr. Earl Morris 
Mr. Early Morris 
Mrs. Jenny Morris 
Mrs. Mary Bell Morris 
Mr. Allen Mosely 
Miss Charlotte Mosely 
Mrs. Cleof Mosely 
Mr. G Mrs. Edward Mosely 
Mrs. Clifton Mosey 
Mr. Allen Mosley 
Mr. G Mrs. Rufus Mosley 
Cpl. Richard L. Movin 
Mrs. Lillian Mumford 
Mrs. Carolyn Munden 
Mr. G Mrs. George Munden 
Mr. G Mrs. Herald Munden 
Mr. James Murphy 

Master Cassius Neal 

Mr. G Mrs. Charlie Neal, Jr. 

Cpl. A. H. Neuman 

Mrs. Edna New 

Mr. G Mrs. Frank G. Newsome, Jr. 

Mr. Frank G. Newsome, III 

Miss Aretha Nichols 

Miss Loomi Nichols 

Mrs. Mary Nichols 

Mr. Samuel Nichols 

Mr. G Mrs. William Henry 

Nichols, Jr. 
Mr. John Nirarao 
Mrs. Athelma Nix 

Mr. Enoch Olds 

Mrs. Enoch Olds 

Mr. Isaac J. Olds 

Mr. G Mrs. Walter O'Neal 

Mrs. Irabel Overton 

Mrs. Bernard Owens 

Miss Calthlie Owens 

Rev. G Mrs. Clarence Owens 

Mr. Frank Owens 

Mrs. Goldie Owens 

Mrs. Hattie Owens 



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Mr. & Mrs. Hugh E. Owens 

Mr. & Mrs. James Owens 

Mrs. Julia Owens 

Mrs. Marie R. Owens 

Mr. Matthew Owens 

Mrs. Maude Owens 

Mrs. Ruth Owens 

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Owens 

Mr. Warren Owens 

Mr. Willie J. Owens, Sr. 

Mr. Zan Owens 

Mr. Kyte Painter 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Pair 

Mrs. Margaret Palmer 

Mrs. Emma Panell 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Parham 

Mrs. Irene Parker 

Mr. Willie Parker 

Mrs. Willie Parker 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Parson 

Mr. Aaron Parsons 

Mr. Ervan Parsons 

Mr. Willie Parter, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. David Payton 

Mr. O. Peele 

Mrs. Ruth Peele 

Mr. Roy S. Perm 

Mr. Howard Perkins 

Mr. Oscar Perkins 

Mrs. Reginald Perkins 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Perry 

Mr. Roland Perry 

Mrs. Vera Peyton 

Mrs. Elbera Phillips 

Mrs. Hazel Phillips 

Mr. Jesse Phillips 

Mr. R. C. Pitts 

Pleasant Ridge Methodist Church 

Mrs. Cattle Powell 

Mr. B. T. Power 

Mr. Jerald Preston 

Mrs. Ethel Price 

Mrs. Naomi Price 

Mrs. Annie Privott 

Mrs. Hattie M. Purnis 

Mr. Arthur Raba 

Mr. Fred Randolph 

Miss J. Sylvia Reid 

Mrs. Laura Reid 

Mrs. Leroy Reid 

Mrs. Millard F. Reid 

Mr. S. W. Reid 

Mr. & Mrs. William Reid 

Mr. A. L. Richards 

Mr. Billy Riddick 

Miss Brenda Riddick 

Mr. Cladwell Riddick 

Miss Evelyn Riddick 

Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Riddick 

Mrs. Jeanette Riddick 

Mr. Luther Riddick 

Mr. Matthew Riddick 

Mr. Timothy Riddick 

Mr. James Ridley 

Mr. & Mrs. Melvin Ridley 

Mr. Guy W. Riggs 

Sgt. & Mrs. Samuel Rivera 

Mrs. Gene Robert 

Mr. Columbus Roberts 

Mr. & Mrs. Linwood Roberts 



Mr. William Roberts 
Mrs. Viola Robertson 
Mrs. Omia Robins 
Mrs. Hazel Robinson 
Mr. Jasper Robinson 
Mr. William S. Robinson 
Miss Eva Rogers 
Mrs. Clara Rooks 
Mr. David L. Ross 
Mr. Robert Rucker 
Mrs. Roberta Rudd 
Rev. Clarence Russell 
Mr. Earl Russell 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl Russell 
Miss Gertrude Russell 
Miss Grace P. Russell 
Mr. Roland Russell, Jr. 
Mrs. Roland Russell, Sr. 

Mrs. Annie Sanderson 

Mr. Clifton Sanderson 

Mr. Clifton Sanderson, Sr. 

Miss Mamie Sanderson 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred E. Savage 

Mrs. Beatrice Sawyer 

Mr. Farmer Sawyer 

Mr. Nathaniel H. Sawyer 

Mrs. Shirley Sawyer 

Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Scott 

Mr. Ernest Scott 

Mrs. George Scott 

Mrs. Mary Ellen Scott 

Mrs. Emma Seaworth 

Mr. Robert Seaworth 

Mr. Robert Setzer 

Mr. Russell Sharpe 

Mrs. Eliza Shaw 

Mr. James Shaw 

Mr. Melvin Fantz Shaw 

Mr. Melvin Fantz Shaw, Sr. 

Mrs. Louise Sheppard 

Mr. Russell Sheppard 

Mrs. Sarah Sheppard 

Mrs. Harrison Ship 

Mrs. J. Sidwell 

Mr. & Mrs. Silas 

Mrs. Minnie Siler 

Mr. John Silver 

Mr. £ Mrs. Henry L. Simmons 

Mrs. Mable Simmons 

Mrs. Mamie Simmons 

Mr. Waley Simmons 

Mr. Wally Simmons 

Mr. & Mrs. Walley Simmons 

Mr. Rufus Simp 

Mrs. Leaihi Sivels 

Mrs. Sarah Sivels 

Mr. & Mrs. James Skinner 

Mr. James H. Skinner 

Mr. Linwood Skinner 

Mrs. Melba Skinner 

Mr. Raymond Skinner 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Skolnick 

Mrs. Bertha Slogan 

Mrs. Alexander Smith 

Mr. Allen Smith 

Mr. B. J. Smith 

Mrs. Charlie Smith 

Mr. Cornie Smith 

Mr. Edward Smith 

Mrs. Ella Smith 

Mrs. Elsie Smith 



Mr. Ernest Smith 

Mr. Femondus Smith 

Mr. George Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. James Smith 

Mrs. Juanita Smith 

Miss Lenora Smith 

Miss Mary Smith 

Mrs. Mary Smith 

Mrs. Nevada Smith 

Mr. Robert Lee Smith 

Miss Rosa Smith 

Miss Susie Smith 

Mrs. Sylvia Smith 

Mr. Thaddeus C. Smith, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Weston Smith 

Mr. Joseph Sneed 

Mrs. Snowden 

Mrs. Alice Somerville 

Mr. H. Sonaka 

Mr. & Mrs. Sparrow 

Mr. George Sparrow 

Mrs. Maggie Spence 

Mr. Reuben Spence 

Mrs. Beatrice L. Sprague 

Miss Corrine R. Spratley 

Mrs. Lillian W. Stackhouse 

Mrs. Lee Stalling 

Mrs. Mayle Statan 

Mrs. Mable Stevenson 

Mrs. Vilethia Stieff 

Miss Celestine Stith 

Pfc. Stanley Stone 

Mrs. Hazel Streets 

Mrs. Ethel Summons 

Mrs. Marjorie W. Sunders 

Mrs. Evelyn Sutton 

Mr. & Mrs. Horton Taylor 

Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Taylor 

Mrs. Lydia R. Thaxton 

Mrs. Elaine Thompkins 

Mr. John Tillett 

Mrs. Katherine Tillett 

Mrs. Carrie Tolliver 

Mrs. Pauline Tolliver 

L. Cpl. R. L. Torres 

Mr. & Mrs. Touchstone 

Mr. & Mrs. Alarice E. Towns 

Mrs. Alarice E. Towns 

Miss Shirley Tucker 

Mrs. Alice Turner 

Mr. Benjamin Turner 

Mrs. Esther Turner 

Mr. George Turner 

Mrs. Vernice Turner 

Miss Burley Uzzle 
Mrs. Mary Uzzle 

Mr. Willie Valentine 
Mr. Eugene Vaughan 
Miss Barbara Vickers 
Mrs. E. Vickers 
Mr. Cleveland Vincent 

Mrs. Madeline Wade 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Walke 

Mrs. Ivia W. Walke 

Mr. Louis Walke 

Mrs. Shirley Walke 

Mrs. Armstead Walker 

Miss Beatrice Walker 



Patrons 



Mrs. Larry Walker Mr. 

Mr. Henry Walton, Jr. Miss 

Mrs. Joseph Walton Mrs. 

Mr. Joseph Walton Mrs. 

Mrs. Thelma Walton Mr. 

Mr. Amos Ward Mr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence S. Ward, Sr. Mr. 

Mrs. Essie Ward Mr. 

Mr. Henry Ward Miss 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Ward Mr. 

Mr. Roland Ward Mr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Russell Ward, Jr. Mrs. 

Mr. Russell Ward, Sr. Mrs. 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Ward, Sr. Mr. 

Mrs. Edna Ware Mr. 

Mr. Leonard Ware Mr. 

Sgt. Booker T. Waterhouse, Sr. Mrs. 

Mrs. Alice Watson Mr. 

Mr. Charles Watson Mr. 

Mrs. Grace Watson Mr. 

Mr. J. F. Weathers Mrs. 

Mrs. Willie Weathers Mr. 

Mrs. Josephine Whaff Mrs. 

Mrs. Emma B. Wheeler Miss 

Mr. Dallas Whitaker Mrs. 

Mr. E. Whitaker Miss 

Mr. & Mrs. White Mrs. 

Mrs. Brunetta White Mrs. 

Mr. Butler White Mr. 

Mr. Earl White Miss 

Mr. Henry White Miss 

Mr. James White Mr. 

Mr. Jim White Mrs. 

Mr. Johnny A. White Mr. 

Mr. Linwood White Mr. 

Miss Mildred White Mrs. 

Mrs. Otelia White Mr. 

Mr. Walter White Mr. 

Mrs. William White Mrs. 

Mr. William White Mrs. 

Mrs. Algic Whitehurst Mr. 

Mr. Anthony Whitehurst Mrs. 

Mrs. Evelyn Whitehurst Mrs. 

Mrs. Hattie Whitehurst Mr. 

Mrs. Lenora Whitehurst Mr. 

Mr. Levy Whitehurst Mr. 

Mr. Luke Whitehurst Mrs. 

Mrs. Mable Whitehurst Mr. 

Mrs. McGirtha Whitehurst Mr. 

Mrs. Mildred Whitehurst Mr. 

Miss Rebecca Whitehurst Miss 

Mr. Rudolph Whitehurst Mrs. 

Mrs. Sevilla Whitehurst Mr. 

Mr. Stanley Whitehurst Mrs. 

Mrs. Mildred Whitfield Mr. 

Mr. William Whitfield Mr. 

Mrs. Eva Whittey Mrs. 

Mr. L. Widdey Mr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Jimmie Wiggins Mr. 

Mrs. Lydia Wiggins Mr. 

Miss Mary E. Wiggins Mr. 

Mrs. Sarah Wiggins Mr. 

Mrs. Edith Wilder Mr. 

Mr. T. Wilkin Mrs. 

Mrs. Williams Mr. 

Mr. Alfred Williams Mrs. 

Mr. Arthur Williams Rev, 

Mr. & Mrs. Davis Williams, Jr. Mr. 

Mrs. Dorothy Williams Mrs. 

Mrs. Ethel Williams Mr. 



& Mrs. Garfield Williams 

Gertrude Williams 

Grady Williams 

Hazel Williams 
James Williams 
& Mrs. James Williams 
John Roosevelt Williams 
L. Williams 
Lavern Williams 
& Mrs. Lawn Williams 
& Mrs. Lee Williams 

Mary Williams 

Neva Williams 
Otis Williams 
Otis Lee Williams 
Primes Williams 

Rosa Williams 
& Mrs. Russell Williams 
Willie Williams 
& Mrs. Willie Williams 

ELroro Willie 
Emuel C. Willie, Sr. 

Jennie Willie 

Juanita Willie 

Tammie Willie 

Tommie Willie 

Vivan Willie 

Catherine Willis 
Reubin W. Wills 

Adline Wilson 

Barbara Wilson 

& Mrs. Charles Wilson 

Elton Wilson 
Eugene Wilson 
& Mrs. George W. Wilson 

Helen C. Wilson 
Herbert Wilson 
James H. Wilson 

Leveada Wilson 

Lillian Wilson 
Marvin Wilson 

Mary T. Wilson 

Queen E. Wilson 
& Mrs. R. Wilson 
& Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Jr. 
& Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Sr. 

Riley B. Wilson 
& Mrs. Robert Wilson 
& Mrs. Willie Wilson, Sr. 
Russell Winslow 

Sarah Winston 

Albert Woodhouse 
Alexander Woodhouse 

Geraldine Woodhouse 
Joe Woodhouse 
John Woodhouse 

Margaret Woodhouse 
Marshall Woodhouse 
& Mrs. Miles Woodhouse 
& Mrs. Robert Woodhouse 
& Mrs. George Woodies 
Joe Woodis 

John Woodis 

Helen Worlds 
Archie Wright 

Cora Wright 
, Dove Wright 
& Mrs. Drall Wright 

Ida Wright 
& Mrs. J. H. Wright 



Mrs. Hattie Wright 
Mrs. Loine Wright 
Mrs. Mable Wright 
Mr. Milton Wright 

Mr. Meaco Zley 

Mr. Luzetta Ashburn 

Mr. Leroy Balcer 

Mr. Melvin Billups 

Mr. Eugene Brothers 

Mrs. Gertrude Carrington 

Mrs. Virginia Cartwright 

Mr. William Cooper 

Mrs. Charles Crawford 

Miss Doreatha Crawford 

Mrs. Gwendolyn Crawford 

Mr. Ray Dyson 

Mrs. Geraldine Forbes 

Mrs. Cecilia Freeman 

Mrs. James Gallope 

Mrs. Sudie Gallope 

Mr. Ralph Gillington 

Mr. Luther Kenneth Gray, Jr. 

Mrs. Caesar Greene 

Mr. Robert Greene 

Mrs. Annie J. Harris 

Mr. Ronnie Herran 

Mrs. Christine Holloway 

Mrs. Evelyn Holloway 

Mr. Richard Holloway 

Mr. Richard Holloway, Jr. 

Mr. John Jackson 

Mrs. Anne Jiles 

Mrs. Amanda C. Jones 

Mrs. Joseph Jones 

Mrs. Sharlene Jones 

Mr. William T. Jones 

Mrs. Vera Jordan 

Mrs. Cora Kettrell 

Miss Marie Knight 

Mr. David Langley 

Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis 

Mrs. Hattie Lockett 

Mr. George W. Manley 

Mrs. Doris Nance 

Miss Anita Nichols 

Miss Beatrice Nichols 

Miss Helene Nichols 

Miss Inez Nichols 

Miss Juanita Nichols 

Miss Lucy Nichols 

Miss Naomi Nichols 

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Nichols 

Mr. Edward Parker 

Mr. Jesse Parker 

Mrs. Emma Seaworth 

Mr. Robert Seaworth 

Mr. Linwood H. Skinner, III 

Miss Margaret Skinner 

Mr. Junies Smith 

Mrs. Rachel Statlings 

Mrs. Walter Stiff 

Mrs. Lu Walker 

Miss Carolyn Williamson 

Mrs. Linwood Wilson 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Wilson, Sr. 

Mr. Milton Wright 



Sixty -Five -Sixty -six was a good year at Union Kempsville. 
"We stepped out in front in many areas - - and we all had a grand 
time. We round out the memorable year with a big 
blast on the horn and to the sound 
of rolling drums, as 



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we continue to march 
ahead like our mighty school band. We 
shall march on! but we'll remember this year as . . . 



This Was the Year That Was 



SCHOOL BAND --Mr. Roy A. Reid, Director 



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I Humanitarian Dies — Dr. Albert Schweitzer died in September at 
Lambarene, his primitive hospital at the African jungle outpost of 
Gabon. The famed physician, who reached his 90th birthday in 
January, worked most of his life to relieve the suffering of jungle 
natives. 

2 Queen Speaks — Queen Elizabeth II dedicated the John F. Kennedy 
memorial at Runnymede, England on May 14. Mrs. Kennedy is 
seated to the left and Prince Philip to the right of the queen. Carolyn 
Kennedy is seated between the queen and her mother, and Sen. 
Robert Kennedy stands behind Mrs. Kennedy. 

3 Miss Universe — The reigning queen of beauty in the universe dur- 
ing the year was a representative from Thailand. 

A Bosch Returns — Former Dominican Republic President Juan Bosch 
was vehement in his address at a rally September 25, shortly after 
his return to Santo Domingo. 

5 Wins m Run- Off— Charles deGaulle polled 55.2 per cent of the vote 
in a run-off election against Francois Mitterrandon December 19. 
The vote gave DeGaulle the French presidency for another 7 years, 
but the strength of the Socialist-Communistic candidate corroded the 
popularity of the 71 -year-old president.. 

6 Agrees to Cease-Fire — Pakistani Foreign Minister Zulfikar Bhutto 
(right) agreed in the U.N. Security Council on September 22 to ac- 
cept the Council's cease-fire order in the undeclared war between 
Pakistan and India. Pakistan's announcement came after India had 
agreed to the order. 

7 Abortive Coup Fails — Indonesian President Sukarno was toppled 
from power for a brief 20 hours last fall. He gestured at a cabinet 





meeting on October 6 during his first public appearance after the 
coup, which seriously shook his one-man rule. 

8 Soviet Winner — Russian author Mikhail Sholokhov was vacationing 
in the Ural region on October 18 when he heard he had been 
awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize for Literature. The December award 
ceremony was held in Stockholm. 

9 Return to Desolation — Hundreds of families returned to the wreckage 
of their homes, destroyed by eruption of Taal volcano, south of Ma- 
nila, on September 28. Volcanic ash covered a six-mile-square area. 
The death toll was estimated at 500. 

10 Price of War — The number of casualties increased as the U.S. 
stepped up its military action in Vietnam. American advisors took 
part in many helicopter missions, carrying wounded soldiers, both 
Vietnamese and American, to copters on makeshift litters for evac- 
uation to Saigon. 

1 1 Reason to Celebrate— Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of West Germany- 
waved to a cheering crowd in Bonn after his Christian Democrats 
surged to victory in the September 19 parliamentary elections. Mayor 
Willy Brandt's Social Democrats suffered defeat in the voting. 
1 2 Colonial Rule Shaken — Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith broadcast a 
proclamation of sovereign independence for Rhodesia on November 
11. The split from Britain was made in an attempt to insure a white 
minority rule of the African colony. It was the first such move against 
Britain since the American colonies broke away in 1776. Britain re- 
taliated swiftly and took the problem to the U.N. Security Council, 
which asked all nations to enforce an oil embargo against the Afri- 
can colony. 







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